Highly portable, like the hammock from which it receives its name and inspiration, Paola Lenti's Hammock outdoor armchair is rigorous in its forms and flexible in its aesthetic, thanks to the dozens of exclusive colors available.
Designed by the Miami-based studio Rene Gonzalez Architects, it features a modernist-inspired design combined with skillful use of materials: a mix that creates a piece of furniture in which comfort, functionality and lightness of volumes are balanced. The structural concept is simple, but aesthetically very appealing and functional. The seat consists of a painted tubular steel frame and a fabric weave. The latter is a new and innovative interpretation of Rope, one of the most iconic outdoor technical materials by Paola Lenti, also entirely handmade this time.
Hammock is made from just two materials, fully expressing the policy adopted by the company for some time to make recycling the product at the end of its life as simple and ecological as possible.